SERC RESEARCH REVIEW 2023
November 14 - November 15
This event unites a national network of defense practitioners and researchers across government, industry, and academia to discuss issues of national and global significance and present updates on research addressing the most challenging issues facing the Department of Defense and other federal departments and agencies.
Registration for this event will open in September.
The SERC Doctoral Student Forum (SDSF) will take place on the first day of the two-day SERC Research Review, which provides an opportunity for doctoral students conducting relevant systems engineering-related research at a SERC collaborating university to present their research in an open forum. This session drives impact by exposing attendees to research they may not have otherwise encountered. Students can present regardless of whether or not the research was conducted through a SERC initiative, which also provides our sponsors a view into research taking place throughout the SERC consortium.
This year will mark the second year the ‘Dr. Barry Boehm Award for Doctoral Student Research Excellence’ will be awarded for the best research presentation delivered by a doctoral student at the SDSF on the basis of potential impact, advancement to systems engineering, originality, technical content, and clarity of presentation. This annual award was renamed in memory of Dr. Boehm, who passed away in 2022. This is a fitting honor for the SERC Research Council Chair and Chief Scientist Emeritus who was a titan in the field and a champion for his students. Congratulations to the inaugural winner, Daniel Herrington from the Naval Postgraduate School.
Abstracts must be submitted by October 6, 2022, by 11:59pm EDT